This is probably the first kiln most people purchase when beginning with ceramics. Take a peek at the typical home studio and this is what you'll see. The 17.5" diameter and 18" deep chamber make for a kiln that's easy to set up, load and operate. For basic, reliable operation you can't beat the 4320. You just can't. This kiln has been in demand for nearly 50 years.
Features, Specifications and Other Fun Stuff
Firing Chamber Dimensions and Options:
x 18" deep - 2.6 cubic feet.
Voltage and Phase Configurations:
North American and Global Models:
Agency Listings and Markings:
U/L listed and
CU/L listed. CU/L
is a Canadian Listing which is accepted by authorities in all Provinces.
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This page last updated on 07/02/2014